Intel® C/C++ Error Parser

The following topic applies to Eclipse* for C/C++.

The Intel® C/C++ Error Parser (selected by default) lets you track compile-time errors in Eclipse*/CDT. To confirm that the Intel® C/C++ Error Parser is active:

  1. Select the hello_world project in the Project Explorer view.

  2. Select Project > Properties.

  3. In the Properties dialog box, select C/C++ Build > Settings.

  4. Click the Error Parsers tab. Make sure that Intel C/C++ Error Parser is checked and CDT Visual C Error Parser is not checked.

  5. Click OK to update your choices, if you have changed any settings.

Using the Intel® C/C++ Error Parser

The Intel® C/C++ Error Parser detects and manages diagnostics generated by the Intel® C++ Compiler automatically.

If an error occurring in the hello_world.c program is compiled, for example, #include <xstdio.h> , each error is reported in the Problems view next to an error () marker.

You can double-click on each error in the Problems view to highlight the source line causing the error in the Editor view.

Correct the error, then rebuild your project.

For more complete information about compiler optimizations, see our Optimization Notice.